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Beyond Recognition (2003)

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Beyond Recognition is the story of cosmetic surgeon, Jeffrey Mills, and his efforts to avoid the attentions of an underworld organisation who want him to change the face of their leader.

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Credited cast:
Jimmie Jones ...
Jeffrey Mills
Deborah Martin ...
Daniella Matzo
Patrick Holder ...
Luca Matzo
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Donna Tuff
Maxim Yampolsky ...
Big Dom
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Louis Palermo
Keith Camire ...
David Blake
Cory P. Martin ...
Detective Wilkinson
Marc Solomon ...
Detective Williamson
Vic River ...
Christopher Weiland
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Diane Gold
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Angela Carnegie ...
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Maria Ida Clementel ...
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Beyond Recognition is the story of cosmetic surgeon, Jeffrey Mills, and his efforts to avoid the attentions of an underworld organisation who want him to change the face of their leader.

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1 October 2004 (USA)  »

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$800,000 (estimated)
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The movie was inspired by the movie, The Great Manhunt (1950), and features scenes shot in the same Italian village as the original. See more »

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Detective Wilkinson: What alternative do you have, Mr Mills? A body was found in your car. You confessed to using a firearm that night. You might as well have been caught with a smoking gun!
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Do these filmmakers think we're idiots?
22 January 2011 | by (Victoria, BC) – See all my reviews

One thing that surprised me and made me think during watching "Beyond Recognition" was the fact that the filmmakers of this ultra-cheapie managed to film in THREE different countries, according to the closing credits. I'm not sure how they managed to do this, because the rest of the filmmaking here manages to be at the bottom of the barrel. Often it seems that the movie was shot with an early '80s camcorder, which gives the movie an awful look and substandard sound. The locations (even those in the foreign countries) look very shabby, and have minimum decoration (the doctor's desk in his office is just a table!) But what really sinks the movie is that it is so, so DULL. There is no passion behind the camera, and even the actors seem very unenthusiastic to be there. One more thing: Does the FBI really have power in Italy? Believe me, you'll be asking yourself a lot more questions like that throughout.


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